The Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club proudly announces that Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice (Mary Ann Boccolini, Amy Maricondi) was chosen as Voorhees Business of the Year, Karanveer Pannu, was chosen as Voorhees Citizen of the Year, Glenn Werner, Voorhees Township EMT was chosen as First Responder of the Year and Rachel Waro, Eastern Regional High School was chosen as Selfless Student of the Year.
These individuals will be honored at the Voorhees Township Community Service Awards Dinner on Thursday, January 25, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at The Mansion in Voorhees, New Jersey.
Tickets for the event are $80 each or $625 for a table of eight. Hors d’oeuvres will be served followed by a sit down dinner, dessert and awards ceremony. Wine and beer will be available all evening.
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Welcome to the Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club!
We are an active service club that conducts charitable service projects in Voorhees, South Jersey and, as part of Rotary International, across the globe. Locally, we are one of the 45 clubs of Rotary District 7640, which covers the six southern counties of New Jersey.
Our club is made up of people from all walks of life, professions and businesses that believe in giving back to our community.
If you believe in community service and want to participate in innovative programs that help children and families then we hope you will consider joining us. We invite you to stop by a Thursday morning meeting to meet us (no obligation of course) and get a feel for our projects.
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Founded in 1905, Rotary is the oldest and largest international humanitarian service organization. There are over 1.3 million Rotarians across the world. Rotary clubs have no political or governmental agendas. We believe in “Service Above Self” and work to meet the needs of others in our local.
Some quick facts:
- Rotary is the largest provider of scholarships in the world.
- Rotary helped to start the UN and Rotary is a permanent observer at the UN
- Rotary has led the effort to eradicate Polio in the world over the last 32 years. (In 1985 there were 1,000 people infected by Polio every day, today there are only 7 cases of Polio in the world.)
- The Rotary Foundation has given away almost $4 billion to worthy projects – including water and sanitation, literacy, and economic and community development.
About Our Club
The Voorhees Breakfast Club is active in supporting children and family projects across South Jersey, including the Josh the Otter Child Water Safety and Literacy Project and the For the Kids Healthy Snacks Program for Voorhees school children.
Our club is also the sponsor of the prestigious Voorhees Community Service Awards that are awarded each year.
The Voorhees Breakfast Rotary Club has been formally recognized for our outstanding community service by the Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders. Our club was honored with two prestigious Rotary awards, the Presidential Citation which recognizes the Club's commitment to fellowship and service and the Community Service Award which recognizes the Club's dedication to public service and improving the quality of life for members of the community.
Have a few minutes for a quick video?
The video below gives some background about Rotary, our club and why we are so committed to this wonderful service organization. Please check it out.